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PCHP

Progress in Community Health Partnerships: The mission of this journal is to facilitate dissemination of programs that use community partnerships to improve public health, to promote progress in the methods of research and education involving community health partnerships, and to stimulate action that will improve the health of people in communities. (U Mass Med internal access only)

 

eScholarship CTSA

UMCCTS Scholarly Publishing.  Access to online articles, abstracts and retreat proceedings from the U Mass Center for Clinical and Translational Science

 

Weekly Highlighted Resource

The New York Academy of Medicine's Grey Literature Report is a bimonthly publication alerting readers to new grey literature publications in health services research and selected public health topics.

NYAM
 Focus areas include:

  • Health Policy
  • Healthy Aging
  • Prevention
  • Eliminating Health Disparities
  • Engaging Communities
  • Global Health

 

 

About CTSA Community Engagement

A community engaged research approach can enable researchers and community partners to conduct research to improve health. To help both researchers and community partners working with this approach, we have collected a wealth of information to assist with understanding health status and issues in Massachusetts communities, learning more about community-engaged research, and developing proposals for future work. Please use the tabs above to find information that you may need. As you will see, there are tabs to help find national, state, and regional health data. In addition, here are tabs with information on community-engaged research training, tips to understanding statistics, examples of community programs with evidence that they work, and research ethics. Please feel free to send us questions or comments as they arise so that we may offer assistance that you may need.
 

About Us

This Library Resource Guide has been created as a collaboration of the UMass Center for Clinical and Translational Science’s Community-Engagement & Research Core and the Lamar Soutter Library of the UMass Medical School.

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